Simplicity sewing pattern - 1963 - woman's slip in 2 lengths - used
Pattern number 5729
To fit size 16 bust 36" waist 28" hips 38"
Slip has opening in left hand seam and shoulder straps of self fabric or ribbon. View 1 slip is ankle length. Views 2, 3 and 4 are below knee length. Views 1 & 3 have side zipper closing. Views 2 and 4 side zipper is optional. Views 3 & 4 have straight upper edge. Views 1 & 2 have shaped front upper edge. View 2 has lace trim. View 4 lace trim on upper edge only.
Condition - This pattern has been used and is complete. The pattern has been cut for longest length. Some of the pattern pieces have marks on them but are fine for use. The envelope is creased and crumpled from use and storage and is missing most of its flap. The envelope is also badly marked with splits along the edges here and there.
Printed in UK
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